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    Knute Rockne  
    Knute Rockne

    Position:
    Head Coach 1918-1930


    11/21/2013

    The Greatest Month

    November 1913 became a special, unforgettable ride for the Notre Dame football program.

    11/21/2013

    The Greatest Month

    November 1913 became a special, unforgettable ride for the Notre Dame football program.

    11/05/2013

    No. 23 Notre Dame Travels To The Steel City To Face Rival Pittsburgh

    The last five meetings between the Irish and Panthers have been decided by three, five, six, three and three points, respectively, including one in four overtimes and another in three overtimes

    10/18/2013

    The Perfect Storm

    Notre Dame's 1988 undefeated (12-0) national championship team certainly was one for the ages.

    10/17/2013

    And It Came To Pass

    Gus Dorais to Knute Rockne became Notre Dame's original game-breakers.

    Upon graduation from Notre Dame Rockne was offered a post at his alma mater as a graduate assistant in chemistry. He accepted that position on the condition that he be allowed to help Jesse Harper coach the football team. When Harper retired after the 1917 season, Rockne was named his successor. During Rockne's 13-year coaching tenure, the Irish won six national championships, beat Stanford in the 1925 Rose Bowl and put together five unbeaten and untied seasons. His lifetime winning percentage of .881 (105-12-5) still ranks at the top of the list for both college and professional football. Rockne was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame in the first year of inductions in 1951.

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